Theoretical and Experimental Study of Split Semi Horse Shoe Structure

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G. Singh
S. S. Pattnaik

Abstract

In this paper a new planar metamaterial structure that looks like semi-horse shoe in shape (SSHSS) is designed and simulated. Theoretical analysis of proposed structure done using equivalent circuit theory. Medium effective parameters are extracted using modified NRW approach which proved the metamaterial property of the new unit cell. Radiation pattern, directivity and gain of the new structure were illustrated which gives the possibility of using SSHSS as the antenna. Proposed structure shows multiband characteristics. This antenna shows high directivity (7.92 dBi, 7.86 dBi, 10.11 dBi) and moderate gain (2.55 dBi, 3.90 dBi, 5.07 dBi) at 5.83 GHz, 8.41 GHz, 10.68 GHz respectively. RT duroid is used for fabrication of prototype of the proposed structure. This new structure can be used as metamaterial inspired antenna as well as normal patch antenna. Experimental results shows good agreement with simulated and theoretical results.The proposed structure has been simulated using IE3D electromagnetic simulator.

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Singh, G., & Pattnaik, S. S. (2018). Theoretical and Experimental Study of Split Semi Horse Shoe Structure. Advanced Electromagnetics, 7(5), 131-136. https://doi.org/10.7716/aem.v7i5.818
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Author Biographies

G. Singh, Feroze Gandhi

Ghanshyam Singh received B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from U.P. Technical University (presently Known as Dr. A.P.J. Kalam Technical University) Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, in 2004. He received M. E. Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from NITTTR Chandigarh, India, in 2013. He joined the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Feroze Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Raebareli as lecturer in 2007. Currently, he is doing PhD Degree in Electronics Engineering from Dr. A.P.J. Kalam Technical University,Lucknow India. His research interest includes design and analysis of microstrip antennas, metamaterial, reconfigurable antennas.

S. S. Pattnaik, Feroze Gandhi

Prof. Shyam S. Pattnaik is working as Director, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chandigarh, India. Dr. S.S. Pattnaik has completed M.Sc.(Physic With Electronics) from REC Rourkela/Sambalpur University and Ph.D.(Electronics and Comm. Engg) from Sambalpur University, India. He guided 15 Phd Scholors. He has authored or coauthored more than 200 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. Antenna( Plana, Metamaterial, Fractal), Soft Computing, ICT based education, Virtual Learning, Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Teaching learning using free open source and social networks. He is Senior Member of IEEE, Fellow of IETE, Life members of ISTE, Member of IET,UK.

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